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This is a test run for the blog that I'm hoping to write while I walk the Camino de Santiago - all 800kms of it - in June this year.
I'm up in lovely Queensland doing some workshops for QOSA - and it's raining! Then off for a Music Through Literature workshop in Canberra before heading home for a few days to check on chooks, cats and cattle.
Heading then to China for teacher workshops ...
Awoke to clouds but soon cleared, unfortunately rained again later. It was lovely watching the surfers start their day early around 6.30 before heading to work!◀ Left Al ign
Constant flow of people either swimming in the pool, walking or running, with ...
... to the Gold Coast, Gwen attended her last sewing class for the year. These lessons with the help from Stacey and her mother Jan from“The Dragonfly Patch” have been of immense help in getting Gwen on the road to recovery after three long years of rehabilitation. thank you Stacey and Mum.
Last Wednesday the “Sunshine Club” had an outing to See Park in ...
Another day begins with breakfast on the terrace overlooking the lake, watching a man on a paddle board sail past with his little dog on the front like a car mascot. Then we set off for Tamborine Mountain, a lovely little tourist spot with loads of unusual shops, a Dutch clog maker, an Alcoholic Fudge shop and Cuckoo Clock maker to name just three, but we didn't stop as we had been there a few years ...
... and eggs on the side. It is common in Greece to have a yoghurt dish at any meal. The price was very affordable too, it was good value for money.
Afterwards I went back to the hotel to pack up my things and then headed to the airport. My flight was scheduled to depart from Athens to Abu Dhabi at 2.30 pm, but being an international flight you mus be checked in 3 hours in advance.
I arrived at ...